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Leonidas Aristodemou

Doctoral Researcher

 

Background

Leonidas Aristodemou has joined the Centre for Technology Management (CTM) as a Doctorate Researcher, under the supervision of Dr. Frank Tietze. He is a member of St. Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge. His research revolves on the usage of Big Data IP Informatics to make inform decisions and improve the decision making processes, along the innovation and technology development processes.

 

Leonidas has obtained his Master in Engineering (MEng) with Distinction from the University of Cambridge, graduating in 2015. After his graduation, he went to work for Procter and Gamble in the field of Operations Management, as a Process Engineer and a Start-up Leader. Prior industrial experience for Leonidas, also involved high value projects with the Caterpillar, Siemens, Air Products, the University of Cyprus, and two years in the Air Force of the Republic of Cyprus.

 

 

Research Area

  • Big Data
  • Intellectual Property Management
  • IP Informatics and Analytics
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • Strategic Decision-making
  • Artificial Intelligence

Research Project

 

Big data is increasingly available in all areas of manufacturing and operations. Data as such presents value for enabling a competitive, data-driven economy (EPSRC’s Delivery Plan 2016 “Connectedness”), which is at the heart of the Internet of things and Industry 4.0. Increased data availability presents potential value for better decision making and strategy development, to introduce the next generation of innovative and disruptive technologies and drive business innovation through digital transformation (EPSRC’s Area of “Connected Nation”). While IP data is abundantly available and tools have been developed to run the analytics, for many manufacturing firms it still remains a problem how they can create value from IP data (Cambridge Big Data Initiative – “Making Big Data Work” theme). This project aims to contribute to solving this problem: How can UK manufacturing firms better create value from IP data (understand, incorporate, link and develop a framework), and help them in making decisions about emerging technologies, innovation and technology development projects (EPSRC’s Area of “Manufacturing the Future”)? This project will help UK based firms to strengthen their IP management and IP analytics capabilities, hence to improve productivity and value creation in the UK.

 

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